Revitalise your walk-in wardrobe
Our wardrobe is our inner sanctum where we can organise every little detail, from our workwear to our new attire. Every pair of shoes has its own home and there’s a place for each handbag.
However, if the months spent at home in 2020 has convinced you to overhaul your current setup, it’s worth taking the time to redesign your walk-in wardrobe for a multitude of reasons. By revamping the space, you’re sure to be able to breathe new life into your clothing and reimagine the layout.
To help you get inspired, here are a number of ways to reimagine your wardrobe.
Light it up
We all know that there are health benefits associated with light. The right lighting can enhance your mood or even improve your sleep cycle.
But when did you last think about the lighting in your dressing room? If the lighting isn’t quite right as it is, it could be time to make some changes. With some clever additions and well-placed LEDs, you will find that your wardrobe is enhanced. Textures and colours will leap out at you and you’re more likely to be able to quickly select the outfit you want for the day as it will be illuminated in a beautiful glow. >>
Change the setup
Perhaps you just need to reorder the current layout. Adding an extra rail or building in a compartment for new shoes can make a huge difference to an existing wardrobe. With a walk-in wardrobe, it’s possible to do this on a larger scale as you’ll be able to remove shelving and reorganise the space in a way that works for you.
Should you have carved out a corner of your bedroom for your clothing and you want to make use of the spare room, this is the perfect opportunity to move your current setup into a space of its own. By dedicating a whole room to your wardrobe and dressing space, you can create something that is totally tailored to your style and tastes.
To do this, you might need to call in an expert team. Specialists such as Hammonds are able to give you the opportunity to create a virtual wardrobe before they build it. By using tech to build the wardrobe of your dreams, you’re more likely to have a space that lasts for years to come.
Think about security
Your clothing and accessories are valuable. To protect your belongings, add a lock or have a keypad installed so that your wardrobe is completely secure. You may wish to upgrade to a smart system, depending on how in-depth you need your security to be, so getting advice from an expert team could help you here.